Monthly Archives: December 2013

New Perspectives for a New Year by Leia Shaw

For all of my books, except 31 Flavors of Kink, I’ve written in third person. 31 Flavors of Kink was written in first person present tense, which was a challenge, but it was short and ages ago. Since then, I’ve … Continue reading

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New Year’s Paranormal-Scope

While I’m not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked with the paranormal in the world. In many ways, so are you. New Year’s is the next holiday coming up. A New Year … Continue reading

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2013, it’s been swell….

It has been one crazy year. One year ago, almost exactly, I set some goals for myself. I was going to write 2 novels and 4 short stories this year. And darn it, I’d have SOMETHING published, even if I … Continue reading

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Writing A Memoir by Susan Hanniford Crowley

Sooner or later in your life whether you are an author or not, you will want to write your memoir if for any reason but to leave a record for future generations. One of the strongest forms of writing a … Continue reading

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Good Bye 2013

What are you reading this week?  I’m reading China Lake by Meg Gardiner. Here’s a little eye candy to end the year. Enjoy! Ah, a man in uniform. As I reflect on 2013 and look forward to the promise of 2014, … Continue reading

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December 26th by Gerri Brousseau

December 26th; the day after Christmas and it’s known as Boxing Day in the UK. After all the shopping, wrapping, the whispers of Christmas secrets of surprise gifts, grocery shopping, parties, baking, cooking, eating, drinking and wonderful celebrations with family … Continue reading

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And to All a Good-Night

Christmas has finally arrived for those who celebrate it and at least for me and many I know, it is a time of family and traditions. While I’m a great fan of Clement Clarke Moore’s Twas the Night before Christmas, … Continue reading

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